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"I like to hold working meetings at Pierce’s because it’s emotionally comforting, calm and private environment helps us step out of our hectic, day-to-day pace, which helps us communicate better and more deeply. Bruce and Cindy are attentive yet respectful of our privacy, and the hand-craed food is excellent. Pierce’s Inn is a special place."

Mike Shipulski
Director of Advanced Development Hypertherm Inc.

Pierce's Inn has 8 private rooms and two bunk rooms. We have 1 room with a full private bath, two rooms with half baths and the remaining rooms share bathrooms. The rooms are cozy and most have twin beds. The upstairs bunk room has 8 beds and the downstairs bunk room has 16 beds.

There is the great living room with a huge stone fireplace, the bootroom/entry room with a woodstove, the bar, big picture windows with views to the west. Beyond taking meals in the dining room, it is a nice place to hang out; there is a ping pong table to one side and plenty of room to convene and work at the tables.

There's lots to do at Pierce's Inn. This includes swimming in the pool or playing tennis on our scenic hard-true court. The pond is great for skating in the winter and frogging in the summer. There are trails for hiking, skiing, and snow-shoeing. The old ski trails are still open, and folks enjoy hiking up and skiing down them. Mountain bike trails zigzag the property, and our newly excavated mountain bike track is a huge hit with bikers of all ages.

A vast lawn makes a great venue for soccer, whiffleball, volleyball, badminton, and croquet. And there is nothing better than a game of horseshoes at the cocktail hour. After dinner wrap up the evening with a hangout session around the burn pit under the stars! Outside there are nice venues to appreciate the tranquility of our remote locale. Indoors, there is ping pong, rod hockey, foosball, board games, etc.

Hanover and Dartmouth College is 6 miles away; the Connecticut River is a mile and a half down the hill. Between Dartmouth and the surrounding historic towns there a lot of interesting cultural attractions. For skiers the Dartmouth Skiway is 9 miles north of us. Killington, Sunapee, Okemo, Pico, Burke Mountain ski areas are within an hour